Redbank Plains Dental presents a slideshow detailing 5 dental problems that can be solved by veneers.
Let’s go over the specific types of problems veneers can fix.
1. Teeth that are worn down.
Veneers can be placed as a sort of cap on worn down teeth, building them back up to their original appearance.
2. Chipped or broken teeth.
Chipped or even broken teeth can also be remedied by veneers. They provide a visual covering, and in most cases can solve the root problem by bonding the damaged tooth together and protecting it from any harm.
3. Stained teeth.
Some stains can’t be removed by brushing, but can be covered by veneers. Just like with chipped or broken teeth, the covered area will also be protected from further staining.
4. Crooked or misshapen teeth.
In some cases, braces aren’t required to fix teeth that are out of alignment. Craters can be filled in, and bulges or teeth that stick out can be trimmed down and covered with a veneer.
5. Gaps between teeth.
In some cases, even gaps can be treated with veneers. After the initial trim-down, veneers that are slightly bigger can be fitted to fill what were gaps between the teeth.